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of great britain, the united kingdom, for a press conference. i want to go to my friend now. sheer politics. the president of the united states is under the heat for two of these but particularly benghazi. he's sharing the heat with somebody who might be the next nominee for president, hillary rodham clinton. i'm thinking one reason they're having trouble getting a straight story out is one side of the other will take more heat than the other person. so they're each being careful not to go on to the other person's turf. >> they indicated there was a dog fight between the state department and the cia and the white house want that crucially involved. but the cia -- the state department ends up looking the worst for it because they didn't want information to go out there -- >> who selected susan rice to go on "meet the press" that weekend? >> that was probably an administration/white house decision. >> who -- >> the white house is involved. but the interesting this evening here is the theory of the case the republicans had was that the white house changed these talking points to get rid of ter
, representing all walks of life in the united kingdom. the best-selling author. look at one of the other rows. the broadcaster and author, the prominent divorce lawyer. and we have a friendly chat between them. a lot diplomat ambassadors also present today. if we go back next door to the chamber, the royal gallery, ready for one of the next recessions. here we have the leader of the house of commons. one of the ancient offices, the lord for the privy seal. former health secretary. he will join the party at the top of the stairs. bugs see who else is there. that is black rod. we told his story a little earlier on. they will be joined soon by the lord speaker and leader of the commons and lord chancellor. bear with me if we go back to the ceremony, but a quick thought. how will we judge whether, in your view, try not to be too partisan about this, which is a challenge, how will we judge if the speech has steam and if the government is still seriously in business and has a serious program ? >> it is not just the number of builds. anyone can pack things in to look as though they are very busy. we
, the alliance between the united states and the united kingdom is rooted in shared interest and shared values. it is indispensable to global security and prosperity. but as we have seen recently, it is also a partnership of the heart. in the united states, we joined our british friends and mourning the passing of fairness our grid thatcher, great champion of freedom and liberty and the alliance that we carry on today. and after the palming some boston, we were grateful for the support from friends around the world, particularly those across the atlantic. at the london marathon, runners paused in a moment of silence and dedicated the race to austin. david will be visiting boston to pay tribute to victims and first responders. i want to thank you for reminding us in good times and bad, are two people stand as one. david is your first and foremost as he prepares to host the g8 next month. agendaupdate you on the as it takes shape and we talked about how the summit is an opportunity to sustain the global economic recovery with a focus on growth and creating jobs for our people. michelle and i are
relationship with the united kingdom. and we believe that our capacity to partner with a united kingdom that is active, robust, outward looking and engagedith the world is hugely important to our own interests as well as the world. and i think the uk's participation in the eu is an expression of its influence. and its role in the world as well as obviously a very important economic partnership. now, ultimately the people of the uk have to make decisions for themselves. i will say this, that david's basic point that you probably want to see if you can fix what's broken in a very important relationship before you break it off makes some sense to me. and i know that david's been very active in seeking some reforms internal to the eu. those are tough negotiations. you got a lot of countries involved. i recognize that. but so long as we haven't yet evaluated how successful those reforms will be. i at least would be interested in seeing whether or not those are successful before rendering a final judgment. again, i want to emphasize these are issues for the people of the united kingdom to mak
to the relationship between the uk and the eu, we have a special relationship with the united kingdom. and we believe that our capacity, to partner with a united kingdom that is active, robust, outward-looking and engaged with the world, is hugely important to our own interests, as well as the world. and i think the uk's participation in the eu is an expression of its influence. and its role in the world as well as obviously a very important economic partnership. now, ultimately, the people of the uk have to make decisions for themselves. i will say this, that the david's basic point, that you probably want to see if you can fix what's broken in a very important relationship before you break it off. makes some sense to me. and i know that david's been very active in seeking some reforms internal to the eu. those are tough negotiations, you got a lot of countries involved. i recognize that. but so long as we haven't yet evaluated how successful those reforms will be. you know, i at least would be interested in seeing whether or not those are successful. before rendering a final judgment. again, i want
are the attitudes differ for guns in the united kingdom than here in the united states? >> i think the nra take the view that almost any gun safety or public safety legislation is part of a slippery slope of gun confiscation and prohibition of firearms. that's never been the case in the u.k. in response to don blaine, the politics of the gun lobby itself led to the sacrificing of handgunners who were seen as urban and working class in order for the elite gun lobby to be clear of travesty. >> michael: tell me about the similar split in the united kingdom. >> well, the shooting sports or field sports, they have the ring of tradition in the countryside about them. members of the royal family participate in grouse shooting. that has a very elite london cache about it. during the 1990s one of the fastest growing departments of guns was handgun ownership. it was growing rapidly and it seemed like the dodgy end of it. they didn't want to be associated with these wannabe mel gibson and dirty harry type characters. there was a scorn but they were inventing shooting disciplines to just any type of handgu
occasion to focus on her constitutional role in an ever-changing united kingdom and by the grace of god, her majesty and radiance happily together. >> we join me with somebody who has a very large responsibility, make sure today goes well and that is the earl marshal. in your family for how many? >> 500 years. in the tower of london, the opposite. in 1672 -- >> it passed to your son as well. >> or my daughter. who knows? >> tell us from your perspective. >> i think it went extremely well. the queen arrived at the royal entrance three minute journey which is quite unusual and that caused a few hiccups along the way. they had to wait to finish. >> a little freestyle here, the central lobby when he was delayed slightly and only momentarily. >> you could try to climb these things as much as you can bet you work on the day. >> how important to you is the ceremony of the queen's speech? >> extremely important because in this country we have an unwritten constitution. something that has evolved over time and the ceremony brings parts of the constitution, the queen, the ground from which power
a special relationship with the united kingdom and we believe that our capacity to partner with a united kingdom that is active, robust, outward looking and engaged with the world is hugely important to our own interests as well as the world. and i think the u.k.'s participation in the e.u. is an expression of its influence and its role in the world as well as obviously an economic partnership. ultimately the people of the u.k. have to make decisions for themselves. i will say this, that david's basic point that you probably want to see if you can fix what is broken in a very important relationship before you break it off, makes some sense to me. and i know that david has been very active in seeking some reforms internal to the e.u., those are tough negotiations. you have a lot of countries involved. i recognize that. but so long as we have not yet evaluated how successful those reforms will be, i at least would be interested in seeing whether or not those are successful before rendering a final judgment. again, i want to emphasize, you know, those are issues for the people of the united
recession united kingdom never got out of it's last recession and now it's getting into it's next recession we main feel good about our gdp growth but we are doing better than the other advanced economies of the world and there is a johnny cash song that says the beer i had for break fast was not bad and so i had one more for desert and i full bled through my closet and found my cleanest dirty shirts and so, united states foreign bonds are the cleanest dirty shirts down and as marry mentioned in the introduction the weekly and monthly ox comment tare we have printed versions of our commentary on a both outside and there is a link there that you can sign up to receive complimentary sub contribution to that for being here today. to sum everything up, i guess what i would say here is, we are growing at below our potential you know, the commie cook growing at a faster clip if we can get the budget problems out of our way but it's not as though we are in the risk of slipping back into the a double dip recession and we are finally at a point here where this two% may noting what everybody wants b
simpson medaled for the united kingdom but serving as a strategist for artemus. >> he was apparently pinned under water more than ten minutes by the platform on the high-tech boat. the coast guard has not yet said or speculated on what caused this boat to flip. >> boat he is from around the world are training near the bay for the america's cup race which begins in july. it's a three-month event that's really followed around the world, a prestigious sailing event, the latest on it at 6:00. also, jeff ranieri now with us talking about the tricky wind patterns and the water patterns in the bay that perhaps led to this accident. >> one of the best places in the world to go sailing, a lot of people come here they push those boats to the limit and oftentimes get the speeds up to 50 and 70 miles per hour. they did face adverse conditions on the bay today but it is not at least -- you know, considered the worst of those conditions. i will have more on that at 6 p.m. >> thanks for joining us at 5:00. nightly news is next. see you again at 6:00. >> good night, folks. >>> on our broadcast tonig
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to accommodate the united kingdom. cameron and the relationship is always been close and obama will be going over to northern ireland next june for the g-8 summit where he'll be hosted by cameron, so, yes, he will try to accommodate them. >> how tight is the relationship between the u.s. and britain right now? >> well, i think it's one of the eye sense threshold relationships. no matter what government is in power in the uk or in the united states, there is always talk about the special relationship between the two leaders and it doesn't just have to be ronald reagan and margaret thatcher. >> lynn, we appreciate your time, thank you. >> thank you. >>> it is one of the most closely guarded secrets of kate middleton's pregnancy and talking about her official due date. now the "daily mail" is saying the baby is expected july 13th according to a friend of the royal couple. >>> prince harry continued his tour of the u.s. at the warrior games in colorado springs. leanne gregg was there. >> reporter: one of the featured events of the warrior games, cycling. the guest of honor, prince harry, a captain in
a big position in the united kingdom, but that economy is not that good. couldn't that pull down the growth rate entirely for open table? >> you know what's interesting, if we look at the industry overall, because we're in the world's leading network, we have the ability to look at the total book of diners, not only the dine-in piece, but the phone-in and walk-in piece as well. we're seeing in the last quarter, year over year the industry was down 1-1.5%. so there isn't a tailwind. overall, we're looking forward to a tailwind emerging over time. >> fair enough. i know about the foreign exchange issues. i was with danny meyer recently. i know he's close to your company. he feels this company is coming on very strong. then i read the paa research. i try to get every single view on this show. this fella says why is everyone ignoring the collapse in sales force productivity? is it a sign of saturation or competitive pressure or both? i know analysts can answer it and rebut it. >> we don't have a collapse in sales force productivity. we have a great sales force that's doing a fantasti
relationship with the united kingdom. capacitye that our with the united kingdom that is robust, out are looking and engage with the world is hugely important to our own interests as well as the world. the u.k.'s participation is an six itits role in the world. ultimately the people of the u.k. have to make decisions for themselves. that you probably want to see if you can fix what is broken in a very important relationship before you break off. it makes some sense to me. i know david has been very active in seeking some reforms internal to the eu. those are tough negotiations. you had a lot of company -- you have a lot involved. yetong as we have not evaluated how successful those reforms will be. i would be interested in seeing a whether or not those are successful before rendering a final judgment. emphasize these are issues for people of the united kingdom to make a decision about. not ours. i think david said it very well. theou look objectively entire world community has an interest in seeing a syria that is not engaged in sectarian war in which the syrian people are not being
with europe. i gather you have just returned from a trip to germany and the united kingdom and you had the opportunity to meet with policymakers in both countries. with that trip in mind, what is your sense of developments in europe? have they decisively turned the corner in the eurozone crisis or are we in yet another lawal before yet -- lawal -- lull before yet another storm? >> the situation will be problematic for a long time because you are trying to accomplish something very radical in a very difficult government modeled to say the least. that may be the biggest problem, the ability to adapt to change. the big problem in europe is growth. how do you achieve a growth rate? by having in interest-rate policy appropriate to germany and spain? who would have thought in prior generations that spain and germany would have the same exchange rate for 15 years? but they do. it is a difficult situation, but i think that one thing i would impart, it is confusing for americans and less so for europeans. the willingness of europeans, including germans who have to pay a lot of the bills, to act
different you mentioned the united kingdom. it was one of tony blair's associates that said the members of the labour party says that we are all thaterites now. what is the opposite is the of coherent alternative. what is the current alternative to the market consensus? i don't think it is being now list because the chinese have abandoned a long time ago. i don't think it is being a marxist leninist. there are still a few out there in the world. >> host: but basically everyone is a pragmatic marketeer in the ones that are religious leaders. >> guest: we know there are big problems of the system that we haven't figured out in the ideology alternative to the end >> host: your book is a history of ideas as well as the defense that have been shaped by those ideas and that is part of what makes this such an unusual look. is it relevant still to the time that we are living and. the jurors have already passed since then. if you think about like this in 1979 they were as close to world war ii as they are to us today. and in a way what you are seeing in 1979 is the end of that post world war ii
not understand cricket. as we said before, the great alliance between the united states and the united kingdom is rooted in shared interests and shared values. and it is indispensable to global security and prosperity. but as we've seen again recently it is also a partnership of the heart. here in the united states we joined our british friends in mourning the passing of baroness margaret thatcher, a great champion of freedom and liberty and of the alliance we carry on today. and after the bombings in boston we americans were grateful for the support of friends from around the world, particularly those across the atlantic. at at london marathon runners paused in a moment of silence and dedicated their race to boston and david will be visiting boston to pay tribute to victims and first-responders. david, i want to l to thank you and the british people reminding us in good times and bad our two people stand as one. david's here first and foremost as he prepares to host the g8 next month. i appreciate him updating me on the agenda as it takes shape. we discussed how the summit will be another opp
bennetton of italy. prime mark of the united kingdom. here in the united states, custom records show two american companies, children's place, and kato fashions had source a lot from that factory over the past year. i believe one or two j.c. penny labels were found as well. it's interesting that prime mark, they've all announced they were going to participate in a fund, a victims' fund to help the families of the victims. as far as i know, no united states company has stepped up and said it would participate in the fund. the other thing, judy, is a lot-- there's a lot of pressure being brought by n.g.o.s, anti-sweat shop groups, on the western retailers to really get more serious about doing something to make sure something like this never happens again. you know, one surprise development over the past week is that there was another factory fire two nights ago where eight people died and one of those who died was the factory owner who was a leader of the bangladeshy garment manufacture's association which has often sought to reassure the world, hey, don't worry, things aren't so bad. so
cricket. as we've said before the great alliance between the united states and the united kingdom is rooted in shared interests and shared values and it's indispensable to global security and prosperity. but as we have seen again recently, it's a partnership of the heart. here in the united states, we joined our british friends in mourning the passing of british margaret thatcher, a great champion of the liberty and alliance that we carry on today and after the bombings in boston, we americans were grateful of the support from friends from around the world, particularly those across the atlantic. at the london marathon, runners paused in a moment of silence and dedicated the race to boston. david will be visiting boston to pay tribute to the victims and first responders. so david, i want to thank you and the british people for reminding us if good times and in bad, our two people stand as one. david is here first and foremost as he prepares for the host the g-8 next month. i appreciate him updating me on the agenda as it takes shape. and we discussed how the summit will be another
not understand cricket. as we've said before, the great alliance between the united states and the united kingdom is rooted in shared interests and shared values, and it's indispensable to global security and prosperity. but as we've seen again recently, it's also a partnership of the heart. here in the united states we joined our british friends in mourning the passing of baroness margaret thatcher, a great champion of freedom and liberty and of the alliance we carry on today. and after the bombings in boston, we americans were grateful for the support of friends from around the world, particularly those across the atlantic. at the london marathon, runners paused in a moment of silence and dedicated the race to boston, and david will be visiting boston to pay tribute to the victims and the first responders. so, david, i want to thank you and the british people for reminding us that in good times and in bad, our two people stand at one. david's here first and foremost as he prepares to host the g8 next month. i appreciate him updating on the agenda as it takes shape, and we discussed how the summ
different. you mentioned united kingdom and of course it was one of tony blair's associates who said we are all thatcher eyes now. the members of the late labour party party say we are all thatcher eyes now. what i think is still missing is the opposite of being thatcher eyes. what is the coherent alternative to market consensus? the chinese have abandoned that a long time ago. i don't think it's being marxist-leninist. the russians have abandoned that but -- >> host: basically it's a pragmatic marketeer except for the people that are religious maybe. >> guest: exactly. we all know that there are big problems in the system but we haven't figured out an ideological alternative. >> host: your book in many ways is a history of ideas as well as how it shaped by those ideas and that's part of what makes it such an unusual book. but then it does go back to this question of you know is it relevant to the time we are living we are living in or have you captured a moment in time. you said earlier something that 30 years has already passed since really if you think about it, in 1979 they were clo
killing at least 10 people. last week the u.s. and united kingdom announced they were pulling staffers out of tripoli and the state department warned americans do not travel to libya. president obama says the u.s. and grinel are working together to put more pressure on the syrian leader bashar assad. and the president said teams are still trying to determine whether the syrian regime has already used chemical weapons against its own people. he spoke at the white house with the british prime minister david cammeron. the president says it is in everybody's best interest to work towards peace in syria. >> the entire world community has an interest in seeing a syria that is not engaged in sectarian war in which the syrian people are not being slaughtered. that is appear island of peace as opposed to potentially an outpost for extremists prime minister cammeron says his government is planning to do more to help the organization. human rights group estimates 80,000 people have died in syrians 2-year-old civil war. steve sen fannie has the rest of this in washington. no talk of actually arming th
by redding university in the united kingdom says three glass ofs of champaigne a week improve memory and prevent diseases like alzheimer's and dimension. the black grape used in champaigne decreases forgetfulness. >> all the grape; right, not the alcohol that keeps you chill? a new study looked at what american businesses were visited most in march using data from 70,000 volunteers sharing locations. mcdonalds number one at 49%, walmart number two at 38.2%, and subway with 38%. >> the forecast question, whether or not berne berne's doing a good job. dennis on facebook says, no, i do not think we're better off today. the market would run better without government interfeengs. >> beverly says warren may be better off because of ben bernanke's actions, but taxpayers are not. he's just keeping the dam from flooding. interesting. "money" with melissa francis is next. have a great night. melissa: i'm mel -- melissa francis, if you own google and the ceo made money, s&p a fresh all-time high and google stocks followedded suit reaching a record close. larry paige owns 24.84 million shares of
's an important trip for him. he's representing his own charities, also the united kingdom. for example today, this afternoon, you'll have prince harry with senator mccain at a land mine exhibition. his mother was famous for her campaigning work with land mines. you'll see him with senator mccain promoting that. later on, there's going to be an event at the ambassador's residence representing the united kingdom and what these young royals can do, is bring in a-list guests. that's about promoting the uk. over the next few days, you are going to see him appearing in various places in colorado, in new york, in new jersey, promoting his charities and those of the as a suspected kidnapper and rapist awaits arraignment. home at last, they reunite with the family that they were taken away from for so many years. >>> and jodi arias guilty but the real shocker is what she said immediately after the verdict. it has prison officials on high alert this morning. truly stunning. wait until we tell you about that. good morning. welcome to "early start." quite a morning here. i'm john berman in new york. >>
of the united kingdom are moments away from holding a joint press conference from the white house. it is settled for 8:15 a.m.. their meeting is expected to touch on several issues including the syrian a civil war, the mideast peace process, and trade between the two countries. as for the issue of syria, both countries are urging russia to increase pressure on syrian leader bashar assad. in fact, prime minister cameron held talks friday with rest of president vladimir putin to discuss a political transaction to in the war and syria. we'll expect some of the questions from the press corps to focus on what he got out of those talks. >> bangladesh has agreed to allow garment workers to form trade unions without prior permission of factory owners. the decision comes at day after the government announced a plan to raise the minimum wage for a garment workers following the deaths of more than 1100 people in the collapse of a shoddily built factory building. bangladesh is the third largest exporter of clothes and the world after china and italy. there are 5000 factories in the country and 3.6 garment w
in china, sando sngre. vietnam, san paul. in 1983 in the united kingdom, geddfes. in the united states, barton edward smith. in 1993 in south africa, dolan.te -- jarlath austin fin..eland, n. may we have a moment of silence for these brave men and women. thank you very much. >> this concludes our ceremony this morning. we thank you all very much for joining us today. richer, we thank you especially for your gracious and inspiring words. we ask that you please allow a few moments for the family members to place roses in front of the memorial in honor of their loved ones. thank you. >> we are goin gto hold an informal support. anyone is welcome. members at anyly time. conversations]eneral crowd >> as this family comes to a close, the associated press is reporting the museum is revaluating its plan to include the names of two people to the journalist marmara today -- memorial today. the are not being added today. several groups have objected to the inclusion of apparently worked for the anetwork related to hamas. at the white house this morning, president obama meeting with david cameron.
%. national double. opportunities exist overseas, primarily the united kingdom. cheryl: investing in overseas properties that exclude the united states. they have done really well. very, very well. right. >> a lot about international reits and housing. this is a great time for commercial real estate. commercial real estate is that historically low prices. historically low debt. we're talking about businesses and investment. this is the time to be buying real estate. cheryl: if ever i had an all-star panel, today was the day that i had one with all of you guys. thank you so much. appreciated. special thanks. all some of my favorite guest spirit of great to have them for an entire hour here on the markets. add on want to leave, but i have to. the business of real estate all day long right here on f be in command week the really big business. how about this for a listing? ten bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, 23,000 square feet. a mansion in miami. it could be yours for $100 million. this ceo of coldwell banker on how the luxury market is fairing during this housing recovery. ♪ ♪ >> as we focus on the
. but in some countries midwifes remain the norm. in the united kingdom they deliver the majority of babies. and for what it's worth, maternal and infant mortality rates are significantly lower than in this country. which may explain why more american moms are saying something was lost. >> you're calming. you're telling her they is how we come into the world. and here's what you can do to make it easier. >> reporter: the unlikely leader of the midwife movement is 73-year-old ina may gas kin. her books about childbirth have sold more than a million copies and are often passed from woman to woman. over the past 40 years she has delivered more than 1200 babies on this farm. do they ever tell you why they've decided to come here instead of the hospital. >> didn't have any choice where they were. they didn't have any choice. it felt like that they were belittled or had a bad experience somewhere else. >> [bleep] god all reporter: in part gaskin says many of her mothers worry about the chaos they associate with the hospital birth spoofed in countless comedies like "knocked up." >> maybe we can ta
. the united kingdom will host that. they will also clearly discuss syria. they will probably discuss it ran. they will probably discuss the middle east these process. , as is host of issues always the case when these two leaders get together. >> another question about the irs. did anyone at the white house know this was going on? i just learned about this today. i think the irs has addressed when it learned at the headquarters level, how it learned about it, and what actions it was taking in the investigation. whether the white house was involved or not, you can't say -- >> i can say. peter? is it not also political to say you want to keep something out of the talking points because it might he criticized? >> i think the state department has addressed the concerns when that office engaged with other agencies in discussions about what we, what they knew and what the various agencies knew and what was appropriate to include in public talking points. i think one of the concerns is we do not want to put in information that would suggest by its inclusion that it is determinative about who is res
kingdom, philip geddfes. in the united states, barton edward smith. in 1993 in south africa, charlotte -- jarlath dolan. in 2001 in ireland, austin finn. may we have a moment of silence for these brave men and women. thank you very much. >> this concludes our ceremony this morning. we thank you all very much for joining us today. richard, we thank you especially for your gracious and inspiring words. we ask that you please allow a few moments for the family members to place roses in front of the memorial in honor of their loved ones. thank you. >> tonight, a news coverage, obama and david cameron. they discussed the syrian civil war. nswers questions about the benghazi attacks. this is that 8:00 eastern on c- span. preventission is to distracted driving accidents. we have our product that works similar to a breathalyzer. literally docked and locked in to start the car. drop our campaign to education against the dangers of texting and driving. we created a simulator that we are trying to bring the message home in a safe environment about the difficult dangers with texting and driving. >
cameron of the united kingdom at the white house. this will highlight the fundamental importance of the u.s.u.k. relationship, to which we address a broad range of security concerns. later on monday, the president will travel to new york city for events before returning to the white house in the evening. >> are those open? >> i will get that information. my trusted deputy says one is open. tuesday, he will attend meetings at the white house. on wednesday, the president will deliver remarks at the national peace officers memorial service, an annual ceremony honoring law enforcement killed in the line of duty in the previous year. on thursday, the president will welcome prime minister erdogan of turkey to the white house for a working dinner. the prime minister's visit underscores the close friendship between the united states and turkey and the importance we put on our relationship moving forward. on friday, the president will to travel to baltimore, aryland. more details regarding this travel to baltimore will be forthcoming. >> [indiscernible] >> i don't have the answer to that. we will
the united kingdom have gone up despite big budget cuts. it's hard tore raise money now than it's ever been. >> joe, i know you have a question too. >> based on something warren said earlier i want to address it to mr. gates. warren pointed out basic science and money that goes into sciences is directing towards extending longevity rather than figuring out a way to pay for it. and it's very expensive. a lot of things we have come up with, whether drugs that cost $200,000, $300,000 a year, organ transplants, we can't afford for everyone to live forever. are we not funding this proper? just as a throwaway, ray kerswall thinks we may be able to do something in terms of living much longer than we live right now. how are we going to do this? >> if that ratio stays the same it's all okay. your contribution is scaling up with the extra length of that retirement period. the other thing that's interested, the global burden of disease is the chronic diseases where you're sick but staying alive, like a par kin son's or diabetes or acute disease like lung cancer where you don't live very long. the rise
? he has a bilateral meeting with prime minister cameron from the united kingdom at 10:00 o'clock. going to have a press conference around 11:15. our next guest, evan mcmorris-santoro. he will probably be there. we will find out when he joins us. around 2:00 o'clock, he is on the road, heading to new york. he gets to new york around 2:00 o'clock. he will deliver remarks and print pool there. we won't have video from it. a couple of more events while he is in new york. he gets back to d.c. around 11:00 o'clock. he gets back to the white house. there you have it, busy, busy, busy. jay carney will not have a press briefing today. he will galloning aboard air force one but i don't blame him. not after friday. we will talk about that and much more in the next hour. "the full court press: the bill press show," peter ogburn sitting in. >> this is "the bill press show." >> happy monday. welcome to the "full-court press," it's "the bill press show" live on your radio and current tv. clearly, i am not bill press. i am peter ogburn. i am sitting in for b
by the prime minister of the united kingdom. he writes about the british tax and trade agenda. host: president obama will be meeting with prime minister willon this morning and we be bringing it to you live, a joint press conference from the white house at 11:15 a.m., that is the slated time. you can see that on c-span, find out more at our website, c- span.org. in "the new york times," also today, there is a full-page ad eventhe newseum for a today honoring fallen journalists, showing pictures of producers and fixers who have died reporting the news. more names will be added to a list of journalists who have died. it has the names of 2246 people who died of reporting and news since 1837. our next caller, talking about the irs comes from rural beach, south carolina. janet, hello. caller: i would like to comment that the irs has had a long-term problem. sorry? host: you are on the air. keep going. what is the problem? caller: low-level irs agents work on a lot of programs and when they do that, they avoid talking to each other to see what other people are having good to say. until you change th
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, the great alliance between the united states and united kingdom is rooted in shared interests and shared values. and it's indispensable to global security and prosperity. but as we've seen again recently, it's also a partnership of the heart. here in the united states we joined our british friends in mourning the passing of barrenness margaret thatcher, a great champion of freedom and liberty and of the alliance that we carry on today. and after the bombings in boston, we americans were grateful for the support from friends from around the world, particularly those across the atlantic. at the london marathon runners paused in a moment of silence and dedicated their race to boston and david will be visiting boston to pay tribute to the victims and first responders. so, david, i want to thank you and the british people for reminding us that in good times and in bad, our two people stand as one. david is here, first a and foremost, as he prepares to host the g-8 next month. i appreciate him updating me on the agenda as it takes shape and we discussed how the summit will be another opportuni
that will they use in canada. these are also similar to the criteria in the united kingdom and australia. no one has the massive immigration -- even as a percentage of their population that we have here, i've sat on the immigration committee for more than 10 years. i have gone to hearing after hearing. i have gone through reams of documents and reports and studies. here's some of the under oath testimony from just a few years ago. under our legal immigration policy if you're going to measure the merit of the applicants to legal immigration into the united states, and you scored according to the merits of the individual applicant, ly between 7% and 11% of our legal immigrants are even scored on their ability to contribute to america. all of the rest of them are coming through on something that doesn't have anything to do with their ability to contribute to his society. 83% to 89% of legal immigrants are going to come on something other than merit. family reunification, asylum, visa lottery program to give you a few. that's legal. not counting the illegal which is 40% visa overstays, 60% illegal borde
in the united states you have a huge number of very big names. >> let's look at what everybody else is saying. jamie dimon and his kingdom saying don't mess with that kingdom. this they are effectively insiders. >> when and how will you make your decision? >> we have a team of experts who will consider all of the relevant issues and we will be deciding over the next few days. >> do you personally have a point of view of whether it is advisable to split the roll. do you have a point of view? >> it will depend it's very, very difficult to be absolutely categorical. >> wouldn't larry think -- that's not how i intended it to be. >> no, i think that we have a very clear contractual arrangement to make a decision as we see fit. that's the whole purpose of this exercise. >> thank you very much indeed. >> you speak his language, clearly. >> i do. always nice. >> mary tompson is here. your reaction here. have you been covering the banks and this bank in particular for a while. >> i think what i have picked up on is how they're going to go about making the decision. you look at the history of the gover
in the united states. that has been underscored by president obama and secretary carry. the kingdom of jordan is another very key u.s. partner in the region. jordan is facing its own set of political, economic and security challenges, including its border with syria. in my visit i reassured the jordanians that the united states continues to stay committed to the stability of jordan and the deepening our close defense cooperation and joint contingency planning with the jordanian military. hundreds of department of defense personnel working alongside their jordanian counterparts to enhance the border security and counter chemical weapons debilities. as president obama has said, we are also supporting the efforts of king abdullah to pursue efforts with jordan. as in israel, the civil war in syria was the focus of my discussions. as you all know, the conflict is intensifying. the possibilities of state fragmentation are increasing, as are the risks of extremism and proliferation. the humanitarian situation is worsening. the situation is complex and combustible. the united states has a leading int
from all over the country, canada and the united kingdom. there are things you are going to listen to when you go, yeah, i would never do that or couldn't do that because of the laws in my political jurisdiction or whatever, we are not allowed to do that. then there's going to be other things when you think, gosh, i never thought about that, i think that would work really good. i'm going to take it back it my jurisdiction. probably over the past few years i've got 500 people i've dealt with, officers that have come to the class and subsequently become gravanis experts and set up programs. almost every program is different. a lot of the basis is the same, the information is consistent worldwide but people will tweak what information they are going to use and how they are going to be allowed to operate. some are in plain cars, some in marked units, it all depends how it's going to go. take the information you get, there's so much good information here today and tomorrow, take the information you want, take it back and integrate it into however you are going to work your program.
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